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Memory Technology:    
Blu-ray Disc General overview Memory chips & RAM
CDROM-DVD Hard disk Memory comparison (RAM)

Memory chips & RAM: general overview  related topic: Memory (electronics)
Computer memory specifications CMOS DIMM DMA, JEDEC L1 L2 L3 Cache Latency MicroDIMM Parity PC66 PC100 PC133 PC150 PC800 RDRAM PPD, buffered, jedec, cache, latency, microdimm, parity, pc100, pc133, pc150, pc66, pc800, rdram, pcmcia, ram, constantly changing, improving, hardware, evolution, memory, computer, specifications, information, sram, bios, buffered, cmos, sdram, dimm, dma, dram, drdram, ecc, edo, esdram, fpm, bios, buffered, cmos, sdram, dimm, dram, drdram, ecc, edo, esdram, fpm
Docmemory DocMemory is an advance self-bootable PC Memory Diagnostic Software. It's a user friendly software designed to capture all possible memory failures in PC. A rigorous test pattern is exercised on both the PC Base and Extended Memory to locate defective memory, all done without the need for user to disassemble the memory from the PC, software for RAM testing, explains how memory works, diagnistics software, a tip
Memory by Kingston technology, a lot of technical info here
Memory and data storage Main permanent file storage, Portable permanent file storage, ROM, RAM, cache RAM, video RAM, pdf file
Memory articles from X-bit labs
Memory Design Memory Timing, DRAM Timing Multiplexed Adressing, SRAM Timing Self-timed, DRAM read cycle, Read-Only Memory Cells, pdf file
Memory FAQ
Memory management expanded memory is memory beyond DOS's 640K-byte limit, extended memory specification v3.0
Memory management Overview, Allocation techniques, Recycling techniques, Memory management under Mac® OS, Memory management under Windows® (Win32®)
Memory management glossary
Memory overview
Memory performance guide
Memory guide DRAM and SRAM basics
Memory types SIMM stands for Single In-Line Memory Module, MicroDIMM (Micro Dual In-Line Memory Module), RIMM, Direct Rambus memory module, Flash memory is a solid-state, non-volatile, rewritable memory
Memory types technical explained, pdf file
Motherboard RAM guide motherboard RAM guide, motherboard compatiblity guide to determine max ram per board, max ram per slot and the type of ram that can be used (PC100, PC133, DDR etc)
Random Access Memory Random Access Memory, Dynamic Ram – DRAM, Static RAM - SRAM, Non-volatile RAM - flash RAM, SIMMs & DIMMs & RIMMs, Single Inline Memory Module, Dual Inline Memory Module, Rambus Inline Memory Module, RDRAM, Double Data Rate DRAM
Memory chips & RAM: topics 
DDR Registered Modules
DDR SDRAM memory DDR SDRAM or double-data-rate synchronous dynamic random access memory is a type of memory integrated circuit used in computers. It achieves greater bandwidth than the preceding single-data-rate SDRAM by transferring data on both the rising and falling edges of the clock signal (double pumped), DDR, DDR-SDRAM, QBM memory DDR memory
DDR Serial Presence Detect (SPD) table stores information about the memory module's size, speed, voltage, drive strength, and number of row and column addresses, the parameters are read during the POST
DDR Serial Presence Detect (SPD) pdf file
DDR Serial Presence Detect DDR Serial Presence Detect standard, SPD
Direct Memory Access and Switching ppt file
Cache memory ppt file
Cache memory ppt file
Caches and Memory ppt file
Comparison of 32-Bit and 64-Bit memory architecture
DDR registered modules
How memory works ram, dimm, simm, DRAM, RAS, CAS, CMOS, SDRAM
How to identify a PC133 memory module
How to install PC memory detailed instructions on how to install 30 pin, 72 pin and 168 pin DIMM modules
Identifying ValueRAM Memory Modules
Intel memory specifications DDR/DDR2/DDR3 DRAM Components
L2 cache latency L2 cache, main memory, hard drive, storage capacity and latency, L1 cache latency, IPC = Instructions Per clock Cycle, ppt file
Memory hierarchy memory hierarchy, types of computer memory, volatile memory, VRAM, tag RAM, synchronous cache, SRAM, SGRAM, SIMM, SDRAM, secondary cache, RIMM, refresh, RDRAM, primary cache, pipeline burst cache, PMOS, NMOS, parity memory, memory cycle, memory controller, interleave, HPM, flash memory, FPM DRAM, EDO DRAM, EDRAM, EEPROM, EAROM, DQM, DRAM, DIP, cache controller, BEDO DRAM, click here for primary cache, secondary cache, pdf file
Memory hierarchy pdf file
Memory speeds
RAM: guide to troubleshooting the normal procedure is to power up the PC system, watch for error message on the monitor screen and listen to the PC beep tone. A single beep during boot-up process is normal and does not indicate a failure if the system continues to boot-up
Refresh rates memory refresh rates, each memory cell is used to store a bit of data - stored as an electrical charge - which can be instantaneously retrieved by indicating the data's row and column location; however, DRAM is a volatile form of memory, which means that it must have power in order to retain data. When the power is turned off, data in RAM is lost
System memory and CPU speeds guide to the Front Side Bus (FSB)
Understanding DRAM chip numbers
What kind of memory RAM do I have?

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